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    What is Structure Drying?

    Structural drying is the process of removing excess moisture from damp materials that are part of a structure that has been hit by water. This is done until the wet substances reach a state of dryness. Therefore, drying wet structures entails removing the trapped moisture in building materials like drywall, dimensional lumber, concrete and so on. First the extra water is removed from the flooring and then the structural drying begins. A well planned property dry-out and dehumidification is helpful in reducing the drying time and consequently decreasing the cost of restoration as well.

    Structure Drying Expert in Fort-Worth Dallas

    Kings Restoration uses industrial grade dehumidifiers and drying equipment to manipulate the temperature and humidity inside the water damaged building. A properly dried structure is important to prevent growth of mold and allergens and we ensure that the property returns to its original dry state as soon as possible. Our experts also have good experience in dealing with insurance companies. We will provide reports for insurance claims that include photos, written observations and moisture readings.

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    You can easily classify water damage into 3 primary categories. These are classified on the basis of source of damage, molds, chemicals and for how long the water has been damaging the property. King’s expert local contractors can help you determine the severity of the damage
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    Any signs of the smallest of water seepage must not be overlooked. In the case of a major event like pipe bursts or flooding the things become apparent but most of the time the damage is happening behind the scenes. As part of regular inspections, one should look out for obvious signs of water leakage or water damage such as moisture, stains etc on walls or floor. Proper water damage restoration is a key part of recovery should your residence or commercial establishment get affected.
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